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Sam Strong donates $14,000 to Red Lake Nation College

Tribal Secretary Sam Strong recently donated $14,000 to Red Lake Nation College, which will provide a $1,000 scholarship for each of RLNC’s fourteen 2022 graduates.

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RED LAKE – Tribal Secretary Sam Strong recently donated $14,000 to Red Lake Nation College , which will provide a $1,000 scholarship for each of RLNC’s fourteen 2022 graduates.

“This generous donation is an investment, not just in our students, but our entire community,” RLNC President Dan King said in a release. “These scholarships will help educate our future leaders and help them continue their education toward four-year degrees.”

The scholarships will be awarded during RLNC’s commencement ceremony, which takes place at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 20.

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RLNC President Dan King, left, accepts a $14,000 donation from Red Lake Tribal Secretary Sam Strong.
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